It was such an honor getting to photograph this wedding. I knew Halley back in high school and was so excited when months ago she contacted me about being their wedding photographer! The ceremony could not have been any more perfect. Halley and Dusty, I wish you two the very best! Here is a short slideshow of only 100 out of the 800 images! Be sure to click on the first picture to start the slideshow. If you are viewing this with a iphone you will be seeing a list of thumbnails only.
Written by Halley:
Dusty and I met at church youth group in 2005. We “crushed” on each other for about a year until we FINALLY started dating.We started dating on November 11, 2006. We went to the movies to see Flicka for our first date. It was 4 years later that Dusty asked me to marry him. In July of 2010, I went to Hartwell, Georgia to “Aunt Beanie’s Lake House” on vacation with his family. On July 28, 2010, he popped the question! After 4 years of dating, you come to expect that question “any day now” but the excitement we felt was unbelievable! We could not wait to tell everyone we knew. Word does travel fast in a small town. We were engaged for another 2 years before we finally decided that we were getting marred on August 11, 2012. We were both SO ready to get married. We were beyond excited. Wedding plans came and went in a blur and before I knew it, I was waiting with my daddy in the church in my white dress to walk down the aisle. Our wedding was at Tabor Church in Olin, NC. There is a garden behind the church that was planted years ago in memory of Dusty’s “granny.” We had such a great time that day. It was overwhelming for both of us to see everyone who came out to show their love and support for us. We are very excited about our new lives together as husband and wife and cant wait to see what God has in store for us in our many years we will share.
-Several images in this slideshow were taken by my second shooter Abby Leighanne
Vendors: Dress was from Bridal Mart, Tuxs were from My Seamstress, boots were from RCC Western, venue was Tabor Presbyterian Church.